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Headers for 62 #748565
Fri May 20 2011 06:51 PM
Fri May 20 2011 06:51 PM
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beancan  Offline OP
New Guy
Joined: Apr 2011
Posts: 16
texas
Does anybody know what headers will work on a 62 C10 with a 350 and 700R4. Hedman rep suggested the model 68390 but parts guy at scoggin dickey says if i buy and try to put them on and they dont work i may have a hard time getting hedman to take them back.

Re: Headers for 62 [Re: beancan] #748667
Sat May 21 2011 05:02 AM
Sat May 21 2011 05:02 AM
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Brad54  Offline
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Joined: Feb 2006
Posts: 564
Jefferson, GA
The V8 trucks came with rams-horn manifolds, and had the exhaust pipes routed up to them. I like to keep things simple:

I'd use reproduction 2.5-inch Rams Horn manifolds, the new Speedway rams horn manifolds, a set of shorty headers, or if you've got the front saddle-mount and no side mounts, I'd maybe go with some of the reproduction Fenton Tri-Y cast iron headers.

Unless you feel you NEED full-length headers. If that's the case... then I got nuthin.

-Brad

Last edited by Brad54; Sat May 21 2011 05:03 AM.

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Re: Headers for 62 [Re: Brad54] #748672
Sat May 21 2011 05:26 AM
Sat May 21 2011 05:26 AM
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beancan  Offline OP
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Joined: Apr 2011
Posts: 16
texas
thanks for the info I will probably go with the ramhorns they would be easier to mate up to with exhaust pipes. also i will be putting on ac at some point since i want my wife to go with me in the Texas heat.Ha Ha I got a 62 cause im a 62 model myself and i am having a lot of fun with it. when i get back together i will try to post a pic. thanks again.

Re: Headers for 62 [Re: beancan] #748706
Sat May 21 2011 01:27 PM
Sat May 21 2011 01:27 PM
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gazim  Offline
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CHARLOTTE MICHIGAN
The rams horn work out the best, No leaking and efficent.

Re: Headers for 62 [Re: gazim] #748730
Sat May 21 2011 04:01 PM
Sat May 21 2011 04:01 PM
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Brad54  Offline
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Posts: 564
Jefferson, GA
Muscle car resto houses carry 2.5-inch Rans horns, as do Dorman dealers.
The 2.5-inchers were the factory hi-perf models; others were 2.0 or even smaller.

-Brad


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Re: Headers for 62 [Re: Brad54] #750448
Sun May 29 2011 03:41 PM
Sun May 29 2011 03:41 PM
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Longbed61  Offline
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Joined: May 2011
Posts: 39
TX
I had the c10 headmans on my 61. They worked ok after I hammered one tube, notched the bell housing cross member (which you already cut out or your auto trans would not fit) and relocated the brake lines for driver front. If I were to do it again, I would have used the 327 vette ramhorns like mentioned above. Thought I would chime in, just incase you had any remaining doubts about the ramhorns.

Re: Headers for 62 [Re: Longbed61] #751425
Thu Jun 02 2011 04:26 AM
Thu Jun 02 2011 04:26 AM
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Slick Willy  Offline
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Joined: May 2005
Posts: 70
VA 24060
Anybody use the Sanderson shorties on their early 60's truck? I had them on a 305 sbc in my '56 Chevy and they cleared just fine. But they may not work out on the later models...


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